High Income Producing ETFs

Posted by D4L | Wednesday, April 11, 2012 | | 0 comments »

Primarily, I am not particularly fond of the amount of uncertainty coming down the pike. I’m neither bearish or bullish here, but I recognize the probability that the markets may have a difficult time with “priced-in” good news and a heavy dose of the unknown. That is why I am overweight income producers - from high-yield corporates to pipeline partnerships to CEFs to dividend-producers.

I am looking at the near-term as an opportunity to garner more income production. For energy pipeline partnership exposure with higher-yields, you might look at Yorkville High Yield Alerian (YMLP). For diversified access to leveraged income production, PowerShares CEF Income (PCEF) works nicely. Moreover, I still believe in dividend aristocrat exposure via SPDR S&P Dividend (SDY), particularly for tax-deferred investing.

Source: Seeking Alpha

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